Bachelor of Science Degree Completion for Registered Nurses (RN-BSN)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN Completion) is an articulation program which offers registered nurses the opportunity to obtain this degree through an RN-BSN Completion Program. The program emphasizes professional development, research, health promotion, community health, and leadership. The program which requires 122 semester hours of credit for graduation includes completion of 31 semester hours of required upper division nursing courses at Gordon State College. After successful completion of 7 semester hours of the RN-BSN completion program, RN students are eligible for a minimum 30 hours of semester credit for previous nursing courses through the Georgia RN-BSN Articulation Plan. Students earn the 60 - 61 semester hours of BSN Core Curriculum through transfer credit. Courses in the RN-BSN completion program are designed using a combination of online (synchronous/asynchronous) instruction and clinical experiences. Additionally, practicum experiences are required in two courses (Community Health Nursing and Nursing Leadership Management). Full-time students can complete the curriculum in three semesters which includes one summer semester.
Nursing Program Accreditation and Approval
The Gordon State College RN-BSN Completion Program has been accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. Information about accreditation may be obtained from the following:
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc.
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